Huge Fight Breaks Out On Tube After Woman "Objects To Being Called A S**g"
15 August 2018, 10:58
This is the moment a huge fight broke out on the London Underground after a woman objected to being called a "slag".
The man and woman brawled on the Hammersmith and City line train travelling through East London in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The duo got into a row and witnesses said the woman could be heard shouting: "Don't ever call me a f****** s**g, ever."
She charged at the man, but was held back by her companion. However, he became involved in the spat as well, hitting the Asian man and tackling him to the ground.
More and more passengers got involved and the fight spilled on to the platform at Plaistow - which another person posted to social media.
London can be a mess sometimes🤦🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/a4uiNU0siN— ChildOfHue’🎨 (@MxnnyAde) August 12, 2018
A British Transport Police spokesman said: "Officers were called to Plaistow London Underground station at 12.19am on Sunday following reports of a fight at the station
"Officers attended and are making enquiries into the circumstances of this incident. No arrest have been made yet.
"It is believed that a fight broke between two groups of males at approximately 12.15am on board a District Line train. The fight then continued onto the platform. It is not believed there were any serious injuries."